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Good Governance: Syllabus of Indian Polity for UPSC CSE/IAS Exam
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This lesson deals with the concept of Good Governance and focuses on: - And how it came about - The pillars of Good Governance - The definition - Its Historical Background - Criticisms This lesson will be extremely beneficial to those who are preparing for UPSC Civil Services Examination CSE (for IAS, IPS, IRS etc.), State Civil Services Examination (conducted by RPSC, UPPSC, MPPSC and so on), other examination conducted by UPSC and other government bodies which includes questions on General Knowledge, Current affairs, general awareness, General studies. It will also cover other related exams like Central Police Forces Exam (Assistant Commandant), SSC (Staff Selection Commission- Combined Graduate Level exams), Bank PO exams like IBPS, SBI and RBI exams, Combined Defence Service exam (CDS), ACIO (Assistant Central Intelligence Officer) etc.

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Roman Saini
Part of a great founding team at Unacademy with Gaurav, Hemesh. Movies, Guitar, Books, Teaching.

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sir recently i have become a great follower of yours....sir you have filled me with a lot of positive i m feeling that yes i can do....and sir i am preparing for my judiciary exams so the videos of polity are helping me a lot
ROMAN Sir, why can't I download videos from in TubeMate in android phone??? I used to do so. I thought ' Unacademy is a FREE Education '. We download videos to learn. We can't waste our time always to search and stream a video. I don't know what your CTO thought himself and removed this facility. I know I can record videos in PC. That's again waste of time. Sir what is your real aim.... to provide free videos to all.... or not? If you want payment from us then add payment option so that we can download. AND PLEASE REPLY.
please start a course in governance for upsc. also add BOOKMARK feature so that we can bookmark some videos which can be revisited later.
great work sir thanks a lot roman sir
Great sir May God help u always, Sir
  1. Good Governance Presented by Dr. Roman Saini

  2. Why it was needed .Marshall Plan of USA: European Reconstruction Plan : Awesome results :) . Developmental aid to Africa Not successful in transformation (economic, social, political etc.) 1990s World Bank, UN, IMF Good Government to Good Governance

  3. Historical development Governance Decision making and governing/organising through laws, norms, power or language, by public institution and personnel to manage public resources for public welfare at large Can be defined for any field (Corporate, public, NGO, Informal organisation) But here we restrict ourselves to interaction between a geo-political government and all other stakeholders Minimum benchmark or set of standard, which should be achieved (usually Western Liberal Democratic countries) Normative concept

  4. UN 8 pillars of Good governance: PRACTICE Participatory Rule of lavw Inclusive and Equitable Transparent Responsive Effective and efficient Consensus oriented Accountable

  5. UN 8 pillars of Good governance: PRACTICE P: Participatory R: Rule of law, Responsive A: Accountable C: Consensus oriented T: Transparent . I: Inclusive and Equitable C: E: Effective and efficient

  6. UN 8 pillars of Good governance: PRACTICE P: Participatory: PRIs, Municipalities, Decentralisation, District plan, Local bodies R: Rule of law: Slow judiciary, corruption, scams-, Lokpal, Judicial reforms, NJAC Responsive: Citizen charter, GRM A: Accountable : Social audit, Lokpal A: Accountable Social audit, Lokpal

  7. UN 8 pillars of Good governance: PRACTICE C: Consensus Sabha formation T: Transparent - RT, e-governance, Digital India I: Inclusive and Equitable - MGNREGS, Most of the schemes C: E: Effective udit, RTI, PRIs, Citizen Charter oriented- Involve people, suggestions, Gram and Equitable MGNR and efficient - Social a

  8. .A: Accountable C: Consensus oriented, Civil Society, Corruption (less or zero), Competent D: Democratic DM D Democratic DM, Decentralisation, Development oriented., Discretion (less, more law oriented), Decisive 6 Es Ethical, Effective, Empowering, Efficient, Equitable, Environment (protection oriented) F: Freedom, Fundamental Rights

  9. L: Legitimate government, Rule of Law . M: Media I: Innovation, Inclusiveness, Implementation P: Participation, Proactive S: Separation of powers, Socially oriented

  10. Criticisnm Not applicable to everyone Western Liberal Democratic countries: Other model are not represented at all. Ex: Singapore democracy is much more different than US democracy No eosg nsus on derinolrt aspects). Ex: More abstract than concrete